GEG107

[4 credits]

Dev/Resources/Sustainability
Introduces economic aspects of cultural geography worldwide, including the study of development, agriculture, industry, services, settlement, urban landscapes, and natural resource issues. Special emphasis is placed on the unequal distribution of power in the U.S. with regard to employment, income, settlement patterns, urban land use, and natural resource management. W, Sp; CL

Terms offered online: W,Sp

Tuition and Fees

Online Fee per class: $50

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